Charles Bridge Bed And Breakfast

Address: Drazickeho Namesti 5, Prague, 110 00, Czech Republic | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Praha 1 area of Prague, is near Lesser Quarter (Mala Strana), Church of St. Nicholas (Chram svateho Mikulase), Lennon Wall, and Franz Kafka Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Prague

    The Old Jewish Quarter

    A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Oct 08, 2014

    18 photos

    ... which is the oldest synagogue in Europe, another synagogue, a small museum with old Jewish artifacts, and finally the Spanish Synagogue. The Spanish Synagogue was gorgeous, as it was the most recently built of the synagogues in the Jewish Quarter. The Spanish synagogue is representative of the Jews in the south of Spain, who lived their lives freely in their communities rather than being discriminated against or persecuted due to their religion.

    The fact that there's as ...

    Goodbye Prague

    A travel blog entry by jo.kidd2 on Aug 24, 2014

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... red it was too! The challenge was then to wear sandals out for dinner which he did. The city is very compact and our apartment was about 200metres from the central Old Town Square. There is no grid pattern for the streets and so every time you go out you find yourself in another area you haven't seen before. Although cars are using the streets it is largely for pedestrians and we just enjoyed walking and poking our noses into alleyways and down narrow streets to see what ...

    Leaving Hamburg

    A travel blog entry by barblucas on Jul 08, 2014

    1 comment

    ... but it was one of those trains with little compartments for 6 people and a skinny corridor all the way down the side of the carriage. Going to the toilet or the restaurant car was a rock climbing expedition hanging on to the high rail and scooting along the corridor walls to get over sleeping students. Our compartment was very sedate with two older ladies in. ...

    The drive to Prague and a walking tour

    A travel blog entry by canningt on Apr 23, 2014

    2 photos

    ... to permanently connect the two sides of the city. He also had a university built and of course the usual castle and chuch. We walked across the bridge which is pedestrian only now, and has statues of saints and other historical persona. The bridge also hosts numerous street vendors of all sort: trinkets, souvenirs, caricaturists, musicians, etc. At the far end is a small market with numerous stalls selling goods and food, and a four piece band was playing ...

    Reality bites...

    A travel blog entry by wolfpackofone on Nov 23, 2013

    5 photos

    ... in a pool of self-inflicted agony.
    It was after one particularly honest feedback session in which my tutor told me I needed to “Just shut the F#$k up! Seriously!” that I realized an immensely important lesson in life. In a classroom, I need to remain entirely present. I need to listen too and understand what my students are saying, discern between the most important focus aspects, and allow them to learn by trial and error. It struck ...